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See Volatility Through the Futures Market

See Volatility Through the Futures Market

The VIX has been quite low for a while, and as such we have noticed the extreme market volatility of early this year has been zapped away.  However, last week saw some volatility start to come back with a big jolt on Thursday and then some follow-through to end the week.  A market under distribution as we have seen of late can bring the volatility back in a big way, and it could be a game...

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EuroSTOXX Upward Correction Finished?

EuroSTOXX Upward Correction Finished?

Along with the German DAX and the London FTSE, for which we posted charts in January and March, we also like to monitor the EuroSTOXX 50 Index for a view on the health of European equity. The Euro STOXX 50 Index is composed of 50 of the most liquid stocks throughout the Eurozone and comprises a majority of the market capitalization in the Eurozone, making it a good barometer for the zone as...

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Is Apple Stock (AAPL) Worth Buying?

Is Apple Stock (AAPL) Worth Buying?

The fifteen percent plunge in Apple stock price is all the news lately as most journalists have concentrated on the dramatic size loss of market capitalisation. This of course will always happen when you’re talking about an elephant with a market cap of over $600B before its recent drop. However, as long term investors and swing traders, these are the opportunities we patiently wait for,...

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Dow Bull Not Ready To Crash Yet

Dow Bull Not Ready To Crash Yet

Have patience. All things are difficult before they become easy.Saadi Okay, okay, we have heard it before; this market should crash, everything is fake, etc.  We are as we have spoken many times over the past two years in a new paradigm. Reality is being recreated; this entire economic recovery is a hoax but despite this, the markets have soared higher.  What gives? If you manipulate the...

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AIG, Wrong, Oil Maybe Right, Expansion Is The Bet

AIG, Wrong, Oil Maybe Right, Expansion Is The Bet

Back when I was, well, less “smart” about the market, a man on TV, an entertainer, a talking head said AIG was undervalued. It was a buy. Yup, the same AIG that required a $182-billion bailout. Oops! "Oil is the most important thing in this market. Oil going to $50 is going to move the DOW." Jim Cramer was wrong about AIG before the crash. Maybe today he is right oil goes to $50, but it is...

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Three Things To Know About The VIX

Three Things To Know About The VIX

The Chicago Board of Options Exchange’s (CBOE) volatility index, known as the VIX, is a popular gauge of stock market fear, but it has also become a venue for mass speculation.  The VIX is the only futures contract listed on what is otherwise known as a stock option exchange.  However, given that the CBOE is the creator of the popular volatility index, it is only fitting to see the product...

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An Objective View of SPX and NDX

An Objective View of SPX and NDX

The stock market had a lackluster finish to the week last week.  So is the pullback over?  Or is it just beginning?  Here’s the important price levels that will give you that answer. The S&P 500 index is again testing into the zone of support at 2041 – 2059.  Any breach of 2041 would be a signal of a larger bearish shift taking place.  On any rally attempt, there remains resistance at...

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Sit Tight, Folks Are Flying, And Oracle Goes Big Energy

Sit Tight, Folks Are Flying, And Oracle Goes Big Energy

If nothing else, the market is consistent in its inconsistency. One can depend on the market to be inconsistent. The reason is simple – the Market R Us. We the people are the market and we the people are irrational beings when it comes to money (and love I hear). We can act like a herd of horses stampeding of a cliff when the media fires a gun above our heads. My point? Recognize this and...

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Should You Double Down On A Trade?

Should You Double Down On A Trade?

To roll or not to roll, that is the question.  I get this a lot in our room.  Invariably, it is when an expiring position is not working out for us.  “What can we do with our position in XYZ?  Can we cost average in?”  You name it.  A gambler calls it “doubling down”, a trader calls it “cost averaging”.  I don’t care what you call it, it’s the same thing.  There is nothing wrong with...

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Use Moving Averages To Cash In On Stock Profits

Use Moving Averages To Cash In On Stock Profits

In today’s article, I just want to share some other moving averages that I use on all of my swing trade analysis. When I swing trade I focus mostly on the daily and hourly charts. Every now and then I’ll check out a weekly chart just to determine the overall glimpse of the trade and what it’s doing. The averages I use are the 100 and 200 simple moving averages. I’ve heard tales of other...

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For Phase I of Markets re-design, we are introducing simple OHLC bar charts with a volume histogram.

To adjust the period and scale of the chart, use the "slider" bar which appears underneath the Volume histogram frame. If the slider frame is not appearing, you may need to adjust the 'Zoom' view of your internet browser or adjust your screen resolution to a lower resolution.

By dragging the start and end arrows of the slider bar to the left and right, you can easily adjust the date range.

Features planned for Phase II will include a selection of chart types and a technical indicator library with the ability to define a custom date range for the chart data.

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